Revisiting ‘Colma,’ the Micro-Budget Film That Became a ‘Cult Classic’

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“It’s not going to be for everyone” was a mantra that then-first time filmmakers Richard Wong and H.P. Mendoza often told their cast and crew back in 2005 while shooting their micro-budget movie, “Colma: The Musical.”

But that was before its 2006 release, and before it was screened at more than 40 film festivals, awarded three Special Jury Awards, nominated for the Someone to Watch Award at the Independent Spirit Awards, and chosen as a Critic’s Pick by the New York Times, which called it an “itty-bitty movie with a great big heart.”

Read the rest of my article from NBC Asian America here

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